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Poster: Alan W. Moore Date: Mar 25, 2008 8:30am
Forum: bookmobile Subject: Re: 'Moving Thought' artists' bookmobile project in Tampa, FL

We have an updated venue list for our project this Spring '08:
* Arthouse opening, USF, School of Fine Art & Art History, Friday March 28
Saturday March 29th -- [no venue]
Sunday March 30th -- [no venue]
* Friday April 4th - "All Power to the Imagination" conference, New College, Sarasota,
* Saturday, April 5th - Flight 19 artists' space during the "Loud Art" exhibition (bookmaking workshop: "100 Books for 100 People," ongoing)
* Sunday April 6th - Safety Harbor Public Library
* Friday April 11th -- ["Neighborhood Watch" screening series in Seminole Heights]
* Saturday April 12th -- ["Neighborhood Watch" screening series in Seminole Heights]
* Sunday April 13th -- [no venue]
* Hillsborough Community College for the Ybor Festival of the Moving Image: Friday, April 18
* Saturday, April 19th -- [no venue; Flight 19? visiting speaker from Mobilivre project]
* Sunday, April 20th -- Hillsborough Community College for the Ybor Festival of the Moving Image (cyanotype workshop)
* April 25th - "Laminate Your Scrapbook!" - "Mobile Thought" trailer installed at CAM, opens 7-9pm

The project blog is at http://movingthoughttampa.blogspot.com/

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Poster: Alan W. Moore Date: Apr 27, 2008 9:58am
Forum: bookmobile Subject: Re: 'Moving Thought' artists' bookmobile project in Tampa, FL

Hi folks,
The "Moving Thought" artists' bookmobile project is concluded. We did bookbinding and cyanotype workshops, showed published artists' books from Printed Matter and a number of central Florida zinemakers' things. Seminar members teaching had their USF undergrad classes make handmade artists' books. A record of all these activities, as well as a selection of books for sale, are in the Contemporary Art Museum, USF Tampa through early May. There is also a little catalogue, and an ancillary exhibition in the USF Library Special Collections.

We invited Courtney Dailey of the Mobilivre collective to Tampa to speak. They did a bookmobile project for five years running (2001-06). A rough transcript of her talk in April '08 is here: http://collectiva.wikispaces.com/INTERVIEW+with+Mobilivre+collective+member+Courtney+Dailey+4-08